San Jose State And Boise State Face Off In A Saturday Matinee

Dezz Ramos enters the game at Boise State 65 points from 1,000 in her career as a Spartan.
Jan. 20, 2017

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San Jose, Calif. – After a disappointing performance on Wednesday night against the Wyoming Cowgirls, the San José State women’s basketball team looks to get back above .500 in Mountain West Conference play with its game at Boise State on Saturday afternoon.

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San José State Spartans (6-12, 3-3 MW)

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Boise State Broncos (13-4, 3-3 MW)

Saturday, January 21, 2017 - 2:00 p.m. (MT)

Boise, Idaho (Taco Bell Arena - 12,380)

Streaming Video and Live Stats: www.sjsuspartans.com

SMITH SELECTED MW PLAYER OF THE WEEK

Jasmine Smith (Sr., F, Burbank, Calif.) recorded back-to-back double doubles in the team’s two wins last week and was named the Mountain West Player of the Week on Monday morning.

Smith averaged 18.5 points, 11.0 rebounds and 2.5 steals in the team’s 81-80 overtime win over San Diego State last Wednesday and its 86-74 victory over Air Force on Saturday. In two games she shot 68.0 percent (17-of-25).

Against SDSU, Smith shot 63.6 percent (7-of-11) scoring 14 points and grabbing 12 rebounds with one blocked shot and one steal. Then against the Falcons, she posted her second double double of the week with 23 points and 10 rebounds while shooting 71.4 percent (10-of-14) from the field. She also had four steals in that game.

Smith has recorded a double double in each of the team’s five conference games and is the only player in the Mountain West to record a double double in every league game this year. Her current double double streak is at six games and overall she has seven double doubles this year.

DEZZ COULD GET TO 1,000 POINTS IN RECORD TIME

Senior Dezz Ramos (Sr., PG, West Valley, Utah) was the second-leading scorer in the Mountain West last season averaging 18.1 points per game and this season has up that to 22.7 through the first 18 games. She has scored 935 points in 47 games as a Spartans and is on pace to become just the second SJSU women’s basketball player to score 1,000 points in her first two seasons. If she stays at her current scoring pace, she will reach 1,000 points in three more games, an overall total of 50 games. She would join SJSU Hall of Famer Lora Alexander as the only Spartan to accomplish the feat. Alexander scored 1,019 points in 56 games.

CRAIGHEAD FOUR WINS FROM 100th OF HER CAREER

With four more victories, head coach Jamie Craighead will reach the 100-win career plateau. It will be her 49th win at SJSU tying her with Karen Smith (1993-99) for third place on the program all-time wins list. The late Janice Richard (1999-2006) ranks second with 93 wins and Sharon Chatman (1977-86), with 143 victories, is the all-time leader in victories and is the only coach in SJSU women’s basketball with a winning record (143-121/.542).

POY WATCH(ES)...WHY NOT!

It is way to early to start MW Player of the Year talk, but...we’re doing it anyway!

Dezz Ramos (Sr., PG, West Valley, Utah) is showing everyone just how dominant a player can be from the point guard position. Entering the game at Wyoming she is #1 in scoring (30.0/g), #2 in 3-pt FG (3.8/g), #3 in FT% (.897), #4 in assist-to-turnover ratio (2.1:1) and in assists (5.2/g) and #8 in steals (1.5/g).

Looking for a frontcourt player for your POY? Consider Jasmine Smith (Sr., F, Burbank, Calif.) who has a double double in five of the team’s six conference games this year. After six contests she is #1 in rebounding (11.3/g) and FG% (.625), #2 in ORebs (4.8/g), #6 in scoring (15.0/g) and DRebs (6.5/g).

RAMOS AMONG THE SCORING ELITE

With her 31-point effort in the Spartans 86-74 victory over Air Force (1/14), her sixth of the season and seventh of her Spartans career, Dezz Ramos (Sr., PG, West Valley, Utah) ranks second on the MW list of single-season 30+ point games. Through six MW games her 30.0 ppg is more than 11 points higher than Wyoming’s Liv Roberts’ 19.0 ppg, who is in second place. Nationally, Ramos ranks seventh in total points (409) and points per game (22.7).